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Coconut crab poisoning

Coconut crab poisoning: Introduction

Coconut crab poisoning: The coconut crab is commonly found and eaten as a delicacy in the Indo-Pacific region. These crabs can contain toxic chemicals which can cause severe poisoning in humans if eaten. The toxicity of these crabs is believed to be derived from the ingestion of certain toxic ocean plants. The best way to avoid poisoning is to not eat these crabs at all. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Coconut crab poisoning is available below.

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